A Silent Voice 3
  • A Silent Voice 3
  • A Silent Voice 3
  • A Silent Voice 3
ISBN: 1632360586
EAN13: 9781632360588
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 29, 2015
Pages: 192
Dimensions: 0.73" H x 8.43" L x 5.85" W
Weight: 0.79 lbs.
Format: Paperback

A Silent Voice 3

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   Blossoming Forgiveness
A Silent Voice is one of my most resonant and heart-warming stories. I highly recommend this series, as Shoko grows so does Shoya and I am so excited to see where this flowering relationship takes them. It will be slow-going, but it is completely worth it. I love the depth, given to both Shoya and Shoko through the art style. It will take a lot for them to overcome emotionally each other, as they each have to find seemingly insurmountable odds. This series is needed to support this series!
   a volume of unexpecteds
The story continues to develop at a nice pace, current characters are developed more, there is a visit to a cat cafe and in this volume, people are reintroduced from the past. Two former classmates of Shoko and Shoya appear again in this volume. One of them helps Shoya see some aspects of Shoko that he would not have thought she had, and the other brings up some interesting questions for him. In two, we see that Shoya learned the sign language so that he can communicate with Shoko to tell her some things that she would have thought of the boy who made her life so miserable that she could never say to her. In this volume, Shoya tries to use her voice to say some things to Shoko that are probably among the last things he expected to hear from her. I've enjoyed this series so far and look forward to the next volume.
   Always good
45 This volume explores more of Shoya and Shoko's past, with the reintroduction of two of their former classmates. Shoya goes looking for Shoko when she asks, and it is all brought on by his awkward inability to be honest and upfront with her. Shoko is reunited with the one girl who was real bad to her, but who moved out before any of the nice stuff happened. And this forms a real friendship and a surprise for Shoya when he finds himself feeling left out. Then Shoya runs into the girl who was at his side in school, just as mean as he was, ading him on. And while Shoya is trying to be better off this, she is just the same as she was then. Then there is the ending, and that is just bad. Shoko is dumb and Shoya is good. I can 't wait for the next one. [More of my reviews are available on my blog Geeky Reading, to which there is a link on my profile. )
   Light Entertainment
A Silent Voice, Vol 3 sees Shya and Shko reunite with former friends or at least thinking about them, introducing several new characters. Shya is a tall girl who left early school for Shya and Shko. Shko wants to reunite with her and Shya helps Shko find Miyoko. God, this must sound painfully boring, but I can 't stop reading it for some reason. There is something for cheesy entertainment to be said. When I set TV aside from sports and sports entertainment, there was part of me that missed the Jerry Springer show, Butterflies and Monarch of the Glen. TV that passes you by just passes by. I read A Silent Voice, Vol. 3 and thinking, man, I must have read 40 pages in that short time only to look back to see that I had 80 pages read. Part of me wants to give this volume *** and part wants me to give it *****, so I share the difference with ****.
   A+ Series
One should read every single person, and that is no lie. The story is a real piece that has a feeling, brilliant situations and is completely believable. I have recommended this series to people who do not read manga or are interested in such things. Yet, everyone I told about the series has enjoyed it and even seen a little bit into my manga addiction. The story is about bullying, repentance and acceptance. A little on the cliché side, but beautifully handled at the same time.
   Ishida is hopeless and becoming good, but self-doubting
Every volume in the series takes a significant step, as reflected in the evolving covers, of development individually and together with the two protagonists. Ishida is good and becoming hopeless, but is self-doubting. It is sweet without being ordinary, wonderfully drawn and a thoroughly welcome no, a necessary addition to the manga available in the USA.
   Great story
This now makes the world of the protagonist much bigger, since more people are in the cause and effect rule.